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Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything | Paperback

Author: Elizabeth Gilbert | Format: Paperback

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  I loved it

| | See all slinkyjen04's reviews (3)

I started reading this and had finished within a week. I thought it was funny and interesting and i thoroughly enjoyed it

Yes, i agree with some of the other reviews, in that it is fairly self indulgent, but that is to be expected with this kind of story. I found a lot of the anecdotes entertaining, plus lots of interesting things about the countries she visits as she goes along. It's very genuine and honest and that comes across throughout. It feels very real

I could relate to the character is some ways and not others; i think if you cannot relate at all then you will probably find this book a little heavy going and stuggle to keep interest.

  My thoughts on the book Eat, Pray, Love

| | See all Torsy7's reviews (1)

I love to read and have read many books of different styles - I have struggled with this book from the first chapter, it has been a real dissapointment - I have never found a book to be so difficult to continue reading but I have not let a book defeat me yet..... This one has come extremely close to me not finishing.
I have found the charcter to be extremely self indulgent and the second section is really hard going.

  Self-indulgent and slightly irritating...

| | See all ninnykay's reviews (4)

The first section of this book is funny and intriguing. However once you get past the first of three sections, 'Eat Pray Love' starts to drag and the author becomes self-pitying and self-induglent. Maybe it's because I am a 23 year-old reader who doesn't 'get' divorce, but I ended up thinking GET A GRIP quite a lot throughout the rest of the book.

  Fantastic!!!!

| | See all emzie5678's reviews (3)

This book is fantastic, every woman should read it. It's funny, witty and totally honest. I wasn't aware that it was autobiographical and normally I can't stand those type of books, however I loved this book instantly ans was completely absorbed in her world. A great one for the girlies.

  good book

| | See all babs0709's reviews (5)

Bit difficult to get into,but was very good at times,
not sure that i would buy the sequel though

  Hard Work

| | See all Grahame5373's reviews (282)

I can only agree with some of the other reviews, I found this really hard to get in to, but did read it through to the end and I think I was pleased that I did. I know this has been a smash hit in America, but I have to say that I don't think it deserves such high praise and attention.

  really dissapointed

| | See all McQueen83's reviews (1)

I had brought this book because a couple of friends recommended it and obviously it has had a lot of media attention.
I have to say i really found it tough to read, especially when she got to the Ashram in India....i almost gave up!
It did get a little better towards the end but it was really over-rated and set me up for a disapointment!

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  Recommend

| | See all Raychellina's reviews (5)

The Book is a really good read but i found at times difficult to keep on reading and i wasnt sure whether it was because I couldn't really relate to the character or whether it was for some other reason but i would recommend it to read as she does tell some funny and interesting stories

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  Eat - Pray - Love

| | See all Scheveningen's reviews (2)

I purchased this book at the airport on the way to Bali. I couldn't put it down and after the last page, I started all over again. Absolutely delightful book, . Quite deep but wonderfully articulated. I looked for the Medicine man in Bali, but to no avail !!........

  A must for autobiography fans

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This is the story of a woman who goes on a year-long journey of self-discovery following the painful break-up of her marriage. While I found it rather self-indulgent in places it was definitely a compelling read. I would recommend it to anyone who has ever wanted to step back from the realities of modern life and find themselves. This is the story of a woman who seems to achieve just that.